Why these 6 Twitter powerhouses want diversity of company ownership made public

A group of female investors is on a mission to increase diversity in Silicon Valley by persuading leaders to make public who owns what in their startups. The #Angels investment collective—comprising six current and former Twitter senior managers—want startups to disclose the diversity of their capitalization (cap) tables, which show the founders' and investors' percentage of ownership. Here, Catherine Clifford shares how this call for greater transparency aims to increase diversity and start changing the power dynamic in Silicon Valley.

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